Sunday, November 13, 2005

[Blogger]Categories for posts

I have started a team blog for a local supper club and am wondering if I am able to create categories for the posts. For instance, I would like to have the option to put all posts related to a specific month's meeting in one category. Or any posts with pictures of the evening in one category. Thank you for any information you can give me.


This post was written by Punky from 2 Drinks Minimum Supper Club


5 comments:

Kalyn said...

Although I've grown rather fond of Blogger (shocking that I should admit it isn't it) I do think that not being able to easily create categories is one of the limitations. Some of us make our own recipe archives or similar categories (by hand pasting the urls) into another blogger blog. It works, but it's not ideal. Sorry not to have a better answer.

McAuliflower said...

Go dig through the archives. This has been discussed here.

McAuliflower said...

Well now, that wasn't very welcoming of me, let me re-phrase...

if you're new to food blog s'cool, you might benefit from going through the archives. We discussed the subject of creating subject categories in the first month.

There's lots of other goodies about too!

Cate said...

Just a quick idea that I did that may help. I created our Supper Club blog (http://njsupperclub.blogspot.com) and then added a separate one just for recipes (http://njsupperclubrecipes.blogspot.com). If you go to our main site, and click on a recipe, you'll see how it works. That may be one approach to help you out. I'm going to list other Supper Club blogs in our links list when I get back, so if you want to be included, just drop me a line. Hope this helps!

FJK said...

I've given some thought to using distinctive technorati tags as kind of defacto category archives. I haven't quite worked it out, but I imagine creating specific enough tags that only your group would use for each category and then posting links to each labeled with category name on your site.

Just a thought and I haven't played with it yet, but it could work in theory (or at least as I understand the theory).